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Feb 09, 2017 17:13 |  #1906

This is the Nepal Peace Pagoda located at the Southbank Parklands in Brisbane.

A stack of HDR shots helped remove the constant stream of visitors through the site. A couple of distracting objects (e.g. bench seating) have been cloned out.

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Feb 09, 2017 17:19 |  #1907

I have an assignment, a client wants me to shoot from a helicopter at sunset. They want shots of their hotel. Think with this lens, my 5D mkIV and iso 1600 i could get some nice clean shots?


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Feb 09, 2017 19:24 |  #1908

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18269037 (external link)
I have an assignment, a client wants me to shoot from a helicopter at sunset. They want shots of their hotel. Think with this lens, my 5D mkIV and iso 1600 i could get some nice clean shots?


The IS in the 16-35IS would definitely put it high on my list for a helicopter shoot – the IS will definitely work more in your favor than would a larger aperture in a different wide lens. However, have you shot from a helicopter before? I've never shot from one professionally, but I have had the chance to go up a few times with cameras on various trips, etc. I always seem to find myself at the longest end of whatever lens I have mounted because things are definitely smaller than expected once you're up in the air. Of course, that entirely depends on what type of shots the client wants, the location of the hotel, and how close the pilot is prepared and/or allowed to get.


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Feb 09, 2017 19:53 |  #1909

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The IS in the 16-35IS would definitely put it high on my list for a helicopter shoot – the IS will definitely work more in your favor than would a larger aperture in a different wide lens. However, have you shot from a helicopter before? I've never shot from one professionally, but I have had the chance to go up a few times with cameras on various trips, etc. I always seem to find myself at the longest end of whatever lens I have mounted because things are definitely smaller than expected once you're up in the air. Of course, that entirely depends on what type of shots the client wants, the location of the hotel, and how close the pilot is prepared and/or allowed to get.


I have yeah, a couple times now and you have me thinking about it being too wide on a full frame. Maybe the 24-70 i have will be better or even the 70-200 f2.8II IS. I guess it was an excuse to get a new lens :-D


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Feb 10, 2017 07:24 |  #1910

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IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/RLwR​wS  (external link) The green and rocky scenery at the Hopetoun Falls (external link) by Tim van Woensel (external link), on Flickr

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Feb 10, 2017 14:00 |  #1911

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Feb 10, 2017 14:14 as a reply to  @ Tvw's post |  #1912

So many great images. I just got this lens in today and I am looking forward to contributing.


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Feb 10, 2017 16:20 |  #1913

Wow.........something about that pic is just amazing.....the way the sharp middle of the pic contracts with the outside and the lights/blur is just awesome!


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Feb 10, 2017 17:01 |  #1914

bjbsav wrote in post #18269758 (external link)
So many great images. I just got this lens in today and I am looking forward to contributing.

I am sure you will have fun using it. This thread if one of my favourites to visit, the amount of creativity is unrivalled by any other thread and I don't care what side of the fence you are. :-)


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Feb 10, 2017 17:10 as a reply to  @ dochollidayda's post |  #1915

I may take it out tomorrow morning it is supposed to be sunny and 75f/24c here.


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Feb 10, 2017 22:05 |  #1916

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Wow.........something about that pic is just amazing.....the way the sharp middle of the pic contracts with the outside and the lights/blur is just awesome!

Just to be clear, it's not really a pic, but an image. This is a product of post exposure work, as in Photoshop.
I concede it's pretty cool, but a little cartooney for my taste.




  
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Feb 11, 2017 09:08 |  #1917

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Wow.........something about that pic is just amazing.....the way the sharp middle of the pic contracts with the outside and the lights/blur is just awesome!

Thanks for commenting Brules. This is an awesome location in Singapore. Our hotel was just 2 minutes from this location. We had a blast.


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Feb 11, 2017 09:10 |  #1918

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Just to be clear, it's not really a pic, but an image. This is a product of post exposure work, as in Photoshop.
I concede it's pretty cool, but a little cartooney for my taste.

It is. It wasn't my intention to over sharpen the image as in not realistic anymore. Do you think I over did it a tad here?
PP isn't really my strong point (to say the least).


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Feb 11, 2017 10:08 |  #1919

just pulled the trigger on this fantastic lens.
it will be posted on monday for next day delivery, so tuesday should see the arrival of my new baby :-)




  
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Feb 11, 2017 10:27 |  #1920

Tvw wrote in post #18270432 (external link)
It is. It wasn't my intention to over sharpen the image as in not realistic anymore. Do you think I over did it a tad here?
PP isn't really my strong point (to say the least).

Its cool man, if you like it then its great. Over, under, just right is how we learn and get better. I think in photography, we go through cycles of everything.

Its an art, some will love it, some will view it twice and some will dislike it.

I think that if there's one person who liked what you did, then you must have done something right.

Have fun, that's why we are all here.


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